According to the IIA Code, Australian ISPs are required to "provide" consumers with filtering software. The 16 "approved" systems in the Schedule attached to the code appear to have been subjected to no testing at all: some of them can't actually use the "feed" of prohibited sites provided by the ABA.
- A list of words banned by ifilter (in early 1999)
- The Censorware Project returns! Now with discussion forums.
- Peacefire is the other leading resource on censoreware, their latest report is Amnesty Intercepted: Global human rights groups blocked by Web censoring software.
- Seth Finkelstein has spent a lot of time pulling censorware systems apart. His latest report explains why censorware must block anonymity and translation services.
- Daniel Rutter on the US bill mandating censorware in libraries [DEAD http://www.australianit.com.au/common/storyPage/0,3811,1566519%5E1501,00.html] and the PORNsweeper image-recognition system.